Churchill Environmental Services in Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service win

Churchill Environmental Solutions (CES) provides landed a three-year cope with the Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Assistance (DWFRS) to provide drinking water hygiene and Legionella administration, Legionella danger assessments and reactive fixes.

CES shall provide providers at the fifty fire stations over the region. Nine of these are usually wholetime stations, four are usually day-crewed and the rest are usually crewed by retained firemen. CES can look after five head workplaces also, two teaching centres, two automobile workshops and a manage centre.

The DWFRS was formed on 1 April 2016 and acts the local authority regions of Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole, Dorset, Swindon, and Wiltshire. A variety is delivered by the organisation of prevention, protection, and response services to over 1.45 million residents.

Commenting on the agreement award, Spencer Culley, Director at Churchill Environmental Providers, said: “Drinking water hygiene is indeed important, specifically in fire stations that could not maintain use night and day. Compliance could be complicated insurance firms so many websites across a broad area further. We’re thrilled to end up being partnering with litigant that provides this type of key public services and look forwards to doing out little bit in keeping firemen safe and healthful.”

Jerry Welch, Property Services Supervisor at the Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Program, additional: “We had been impressed by Churchill’s high quality assurance and pricing through the tender process and so are delighted to start out this partnership. We have been a geographically dispersed organisation and require a companion that can invest in serving each location regularly. Churchill perfectly fits the expenses.”


The agreement includes the choice of a fourth.